In this video Yanis Varoufakis addresses diverse questions that acTVism Munich received from the public. Topics include the meaning of fiscal waterboarding, impacts of activism & social movements on policy, U.S. militarization, Bernie Sanders & the effects of lifting people out of poverty on the environment.
In diesem Video sprechen wir mit Yanis Varoufakis, Gründer der Democracy in Europe Movement 2025, ebenfalls Autor & ehemaliger Finanzminister Griechenlands, über die Finanzkrise von 2008 und wie es den Weg für ein neues globales Regime der Bankrottokratie ebnete.
In this video the former finance minister of Greece and founder of DiEM25 (Democracy in Europe Movement 2025), Yanis Varoufakis, provides us an insight into why the European constitution does not represent the people of Europe and lacks substance. He also talks about disintegration of the European Union, what forces are driving its demise and how Orwellian language is used to hide this.
– Do we have a constitution that represents the voice of the European people?
– Could the EU disintegrate in the near future?
– What are the observerations that are pointing towards a disentigrating European Union?
– Is Orwellianism being employed to deceive the population?
These questions and more are addressed in this video.
In this interview with the former finance minister of Greece and founder of DiEM25 (Democracy in Europe Movement 2025), Yanis Varoufakis a host of issues are discussed which include privatization, human rights, media, his experience with the EU and capitalism’s ability to reform.
– Will privatization schemes, that are being implemented by the Troika, benefit the Greek people?
– Is the “Memorandum of Understanding” signed by the Greek government last year following the OXI vote compatible with the “Declaration of Human Rights”?
-What should the left do to counter the attacks of the centrist-right media?
-What can Varoufakis tell us about the negotiations, which were barred from the public discussion , that he held with the Troika?
– Is capitalism reformable?
All of these questions are addressed in this video interview with acTVism Munich.